just take a pause and be grateful

It’s easy for high-achievers and intrinsically driven people to get stuck in the “hustle” mode. To get caught up in accomplishing mighty goals, unlocking bigger achievements, accelerating their personal and professional growth, expanding their influence, and causing disruption in the marketplace. 

Ambition is a double-edged sword. While it can make them achieve extraordinary things, it can also make them feel empty and worthless at the same time. And this is why it’s incredibly important for them to take a pause — to just stop and look back at all the things they have accomplished so far, and be grateful for each one of them. 

Practicing gratitude is an essential ingredient to achieving long-term success. It helps people attain better clarity and regain perspective. It helps them develop appreciation for their journey and for the success that they’ve been bestowed upon so far, and for the incredible success that they will continue to experience as they keep walking on the path of excellence, mastery and continual growth. 

PS: Practicing gratitude is not only a great way to incorporate mindfulness and awareness into our daily routine, but it also acts as a form of self-care and reorients us back to our humanness.

I’ve set up the 21-Day Karma Yogi Gratitude Challenge to help you just do that. To bring back gratitude in your life. To help you embrace positivity and start looking at things from a whole new perspective. To help you become a better version of yourself.

This challenge comprises 21 original and all-new actionable exercises to be implemented at a pace of one per day. They have been designed to eliminate negativity, frustration, anxiety, and restlessness, and help you bring a sense of gratitude and appreciation to your life.

I invite you to join me on this journey. It will not only help you become a better version of yourself, but also unlock the success and abundance that you desire in your life.